Constitution in the Classroom

The National Constitution Center brings innovative teaching tools to your classroom. Our unique approach to constitutional education emphasizes historic storytelling, constitutional rather than political questions, and the habits of civil dialogue and reflection.

Remote Learning Opportunities for Students Nationwide

The National Constitution Center is here to support remote learning with free lectures and civil dialogue sessions on the Constitution that students across America can access online, and accessible on a home computer, laptop, or phone. Join us as we expand the Classroom Exchanges to go well beyond the traditional classroom to connect students to constitutional scholars and each other for thoughtful civil dialogue around constitutional issues that matter to them.

Watch a sample session: 

  • Open Source (Public) Sessions
    Part lecture and part lively conversation, sessions are open to the public so that students, teachers, and parents, can join in a constitutional discussion with NCC scholars. For more information and a full schedule and to sign up for a session, click here.
  • By Request (Private) Sessions
    Teachers can request private Exchanges between their classes and a constitutional scholar. Teachers or instructors at the middle school, high school, or college level can contact us via this form to schedule a session for their class. By Request Exchanges can be schedule on Mondays and Tuesdays.
  • Teacher Professional Development
    Online teacher professional development programs where teachers can learn about a range of free digital resources and programs offered by the Center.

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